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    ...the hour of high twelve

    I would like to know the meaning of this expression.
    Thanks a lot.


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    #2

    Re: ...the hour of high twelve

    Context would be a help.

    Probably high noon = exactly twelve o'clock midday.


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    Re: ...the hour of high twelve

    ...to pay his adoration to the Most High, as was his wonted custom at the hour of high twelve.


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    Re: ...the hour of high twelve

    THE HOURS OF MASONRY

    Full context is SO important. Freemasonry has its own terminology.


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    Re: ...the hour of high twelve

    Thanks a lot!

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